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Computer Networking in North Carolina

Those who live in North Carolina and who wish to pursue an education in computer networking are in luck, because this state is absolutely full of educational opportunities. There are schools and programs to meet every educational need and/or interest. Students can pursue certifications in specific areas, associate's degrees to help them learn more about the field in general, bachelor's degrees for more intensive knowledge, and even master's degrees and PhDs to help them be as well educated and as well paid as possible. Since there are so many schools, we've tried to pick out only the best for our comprehensive guide to gaining a computer networking education in North Carolina.

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The first school on our list is Stanly Community College, located in Albemarle. Here, students can pursue a two year associate's degree in computer systems networking and telecommunications. Randolph Community College in Asheboro offers a similar program as well. Other schools to consider include Asheville-Buncombe Technical Community College in Asheville, which offers an associate's and a certification; Brookstone College in Charlotte, which offers a special dual certification in computer technology and computer systems technology; Central Piedmont Community College, also in Charlotte, which offers several certification and associate's degree programs; DeVry University of Charlotte, which offers an associate's degree program and a master's degree program; ITT Technical Institute of Charlotte (associates); King's College of Charlotte (associate's); TechSkills of Charlotte (certifications only); Sampson Community College in Clinton (certifications and associates); Haywood Community College in Clyde (certifications and associates); Gaston College in Dallas (certifications and associates); Surry Community College in Dobson (certifications and associates); Durham Technical Community College in Durham (certifications and associates); College of the Albemarle in Elizabeth City (certifications only); Fayetteville Technical Community College in Fayetteville (certification and associates); Blue Ridge Community College in Flat Rock (certifications and associate); Wayne Community College in Goldsboro (certifications and associates); Alamance Community College in Graham (certifications and associates); University of North Carolina at Greensboro (bachelors and masters); Richmond Community College in Hammond (associates); Catawba Valley Community College in Hickory (certifications and associates); ITT Technical Institute in High Point (associates only); Caldwell Community College and Technical Institute in Hudson (certification and associates); Costal Carolina Community College in Jacksonville (certification and associates); Guilford Technical Community College in Jamestown (certification and associates); Lenoir Community College in Kinston (certifications and associates); Robeson Community College in Lumberton (associates only); McDowell Technical Community College in Marion (certification only); Western Piedmont Community College in Morganton (certification and associates); ITT Technical Institute in Morrisville (associates only); Craven Community College in New Bern (certifications and associates); Sandhills Community College in Pinehurst (certifications and associates); North Carolina State University at Raleigh (masters only); Wake Technical Community College (certifications and associates); and Nash Community College in Rocky Mount (certification and associates).Obviously, there is no shortage of computer networking schools in North Carolina. This means that prospective students can be as picky as they like when choosing which school and program they would like to attend to receive their educations.

Schools offering both online and campus-based education programs in North Carolina:

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